Re: Kubrat Pulev's professional career
TBH I'm getting worried about his inactivity. He's never been inactive for such a long time since turning pro 4 years ago. When Adamek ducked him, the IBF denied him the opportunity to make a voluntary defense of the EBU title as he was going to lose his status in the 4-man tournament. He'll probably have to wait for Fury/Cunningham, although this would be so wrong from the IBF.
On another note, Otto Ramin's Sauerland office was broken into last night. Several CDs with videos of fights have been shattered to pieces and a fire extinguisher has been used by the criminals to erase their imprints.